What was supposed to be a game that was going to be an easy win and a warmup for LSU has turned into a big game for the Auburn football program.
Last week, the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks marched into Little Rock, Arkansas and beat the eighth-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks.
Auburn had one of its worst performances in recent history, as it lost to Mississippi State, 28-10, in Starkville.
Auburn fans are growing anxious with a sputtering offense and performances that hint towards a poorly-coached team.
Louisiana-Monroe has a history of beating SEC teams. Auburn fans will remember that the Warhawks beat Nick Saban's Crimson Tide in Bryant-Denny Stadium in 2007. They also beat Mississippi State in 1995. Auburn is going to try to avoid becoming the next SEC West team to fall to the Warhawks.
Auburn will be attempting to get its first win of the season and open up its home schedule in a positive way on Saturday in Jordan-Hare Stadium at 11:21 a.m.
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